HDF Energy is set to cooperate with the US International Development Finance Corp. to support the development of Renewstable® multi-megawatt power plants in Indonesia.
The companies have signed an MoU to build an electrolyser at TES’ green energy hub in Wilhelmshaven, Germany.
H2-Industries has signed an MoU with Terra Sola Group AG to support the development of integrated solar energy programmes across Africa using H2-Industries liquid organic hydrogen carrier technology.
First MW-scale Enapter order for North America, to be integrated in initiative aiming to make the Canadian Province Prince Edward Island (PEI) energy self-sufficient.
The companies' partnership will involve the development of battery storage for renewable energy facilities and green hydrogen projects in Indonesia.
The collaboration includes opportunities for the deployment of Levidian’s pioneering LOOP technology across Santander UK’s own office footprint as well as the possibility to support UK businesses with their transition to a low carbon economy.
Lhyfe is seeking to facilitate access to the hydrogen market with the development of an online platform designed for project owners looking to implement hydrogen solutions.
The companies have signed an MoU to study and exchange information relating to clean power generation, hydrogen and CCUS technologies in support of the nation’s goal of achieving carbon neutrality.
The software will increase efficiency of energy-intensive electrolyzers used to produce green hydrogen.
McKinsey's new report reveals how hydrocarbon-rich countries can leverage their experience in large energy projects to facilitate the scaling up of blue and green hydrogen.
Air Products will bolster its presence in the UK hydrogen market with a £6.5 million investment in a trailer and cylinder filling station at its Llanwern hydrogen facility in South Wales.
The new hydrogen production unit, with the capacity to produce over 20 000 tpy will produce hydrogen that is partly renewable, thanks to the recycling of residual biogas from the Grandpuits biorefinery, in place of the natural gas that is normally used.
Aviation H2 has commenced testing on a Swiwin SW170b-2448 turbine using jet fuel, so that they have the baseline data required to compare the engine’s performance once they convert it to a carbon-free fuel.
The project aims to provide sustainable, clean, non-intermittent and affordable energy in the form of green hydrogen, green gas, and green power. The Wilhelmshaven Green Gas Terminal aims to provide 8.5% of Germany’s energy needs.